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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by ohnostuck, Aug 26, 2003.
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welcome back after looooong time and CONGRATULATIONS !!!
Well...kinda...as long as I do not go above the median income for my county yes...if for some reason I got 10% over (which I won't I would just work less) it can go up to what the prime rate when I got my mortgage (5% even)
Big way to go (and hi!), ohnostuck.
I'm being VERY nosy - but I'm curious - with what scores were you able to 'score' your mortgage?
Also, a 'USDA mortgage' ... I did a brief Google search but I'm curious what type of mortgage it is, whether it is available in my state/county (or what state/counties) and whether you could point me in the direction of other resources?
Thanks so much!
Did you hear the THUMP when I fell off my chair?!
LOL, congrats to you, how exciting is that!!!!!!!!!
Sorry it took me so long to respond! Doc! I missed you hun! Everyone else too!!! My score is a 721...but they only used my hubbys and his was a 611...It is NOT score driven. You just can not have collections over 150 (unless they are medical). Anyway, I have not forgotten about any of you. I have been spending most of my online time at there.com. Check it out if chatting is your thing. It is as addicting as credit repair though! LOL
Again I wiss you all, even you Brown!
I can not believe that I forgot the link for the loan for the USDA loan. If you are looking for a mortgage and in a rural area (population under 25,000 I think) check it out. You may be surprised what is considered rural I am RIGHT outside the city limits of Ann Arbor Michigan and I qualified. My loan type was the direct loan. They let us JUST use his income which qualified us for the "low" at 62k (I think the limit for my area for "low" is 65k for a family my size).
Wow! This gives me so much hope. I want to raise my scores, too (of course) and refinance my mortgage under my own name only (family help at this time). I really like hearing the success stories. They are so inspiring. I will look for the posted scores list ( if there is one) but if you don't mind, what was your score before? I am so happy for you that you made it into the 700 club!
Congratulations and welcome back. I hope you stick around a bit.
Wow!! Congrats!! How did you do it? I have gotten things removed from our reports and it is just inching up... at this rate we will never get above 600 let alone 700 lol
THANKS ohnostuck! I'm checking into this. We definitely live in rural area.